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The City of Accra was declared a Millennium City on January 15, 2010 with the sole aim of seeking for technical and financial support in a “win-win-Public-Private Partnership” to enable the Accra Metropolitan Assembly implement programmes and projects to hasten the attainment of the eight (8) Millennium Developemnt Goals (MDGs) by 2015.

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As part of efforts to manage disposal of waste in Accra and elsewhere in the country, a new landfill site,  known as the Nsumia Waste Disposal Site, has been completed and is ready for use.

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Accra MayorAMA:
Court ordered ‘Akokofoto’ slum demolition-AMA

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) says an Accra High Court has ordered a yet-to-be-carried-outdemolishing of unauthorised structures and the removal of slums and heaps of refuse at ‘Akokofoto,’ Dansoman in Accra.
Mr Julius DebrahAMA:
Assemblies urged to ensure efficient transport services

Mr Julius Debrah, the Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, has urged the Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) Chief Executives to go beyond their mandates to ensure efficient and quality transport services in the country.
School furnitureAMA:
Nima Cluster of Schools gets 20 mono-desks

The Nima Cluster of Schools has benefited from some 20 mono-desks furniture from Wisewater Foundation, meant to improve teaching and learning activities and enhance quality of education in the area.
Traders close shops ignoring AMA appeal for re-opening

Significant number of shops in the Central Business District of Accra have been locked up amidst Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) pickups moving round and appealing to shop owners to re-open.
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